|Title||Associate Dean, School of Education|
|Department||School of Education|
|Office||Sullivan Building 303E|
|EDC 405||Culturally Responsive Teaching|
|EDG 705||Culturally Responsive Teaching|
|EDU 723||The History of Higher Education|
|EDU 876||Global Perspectives in Cultural Diversity|
Dr. Nicole J. Harris holds a PhD in Education with specializations in Higher Education Administration and Multicultural/Multilingual Enrollment Development and a Masters in Higher Education, Student Services from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. She earned her Bachelors in Music Theory & Composition from Virginia State University.
Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Dr. Harris calls the Washington, DC metropolitan area home. Her 20-year career in education includes: early childhood/elementary music education; private voice instruction; college instruction; higher education administration in academic affairs, admissions, and student affairs roles; and scholarship. Her research interests in higher education institutional culture, policy, planning, and administration–particularly in relationship to issues surrounding global education, diversity, social justice and equity initiatives. Dr. Harris studies models used by successful institutions to implement policies and organizational structures contributing to the equity and access to students.
Dr. Nicole Harris is currently the Associate Dean for the School of Education and a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Secondary and Higher Education Department at Salem State University.
Harris-Sealey, N. J. (2018, May). International Enrollment Management: Understanding Institutional Networks That Advance Strategy. Poster presented at the 2018 NAFSA National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Harris-Sealey, N. J. (2017, November). Understanding How Universities Collaborate to Support International Enrollment Management Activity. Paper proposal presented at the NAFSA Research Symposium, Washington, DC.